Fort Worth man makes train for rescued dogs

Eugene Bostick, 80, has let his golden years go to the dogs in the best way possible.

He's getting a lot of attention for the way he and his pooches get around.

The Fort Worth native and animal lover built a custom canine train that the dogs absolutely love.

Neighbors say they've have gotten used to seeing Bostick and his canine pals traveling down their quiet streets.

Bostick says he's spent nearly 15 years rescuing and caring for abandoned animals.


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